To open a tab within a workspace, simply browse as you normally would.
If you need some extra reassurance the tabs you've added are saved, you can open the master tab to check. If the tabs appear in the Tabs area and it says "All changes saved" to the right of the workspace title, then the session is saved.
Resources are a great way to keep everything you need at your fingertips without having to keep everything open. Think of them like bookmarks that only matter within the context of the project you're working on.
The save shortcut lets you save a resource without having to leave the tab.
Just like with opening tabs, you close tabs in workspaces as you normally would.
The easiest place to organize your tabs is within the master tab, but you can move them around in the window like you normally would as well.
If you're hunting for an open tab, but aren't sure what workspace it's in, tab preview comes in handy.
Workona ignores pinned tabs so that they're available in every workspace you open within the window. This is useful for keeping frequently accessed tabs like Gmail, Calendar, and Spotify at your fingertips no matter what you're working on.
If you ever accidentally close your pinned tabs, click on the pinned tab icon at the very left side of the workspace tab row to recover them.
When you first open a workspace, Workona opens the tabs pre-suspended so they open instantly and don't use don't use up your computer's resources. As you click on tabs, they'll be loaded into memory. But sometimes it can be nice to have a little more control than that.